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When I had my live blood analysis carried out a couple of years ago, one of the major issues that was addressed was that of heavy metals in the body. What do I mean by ‘heavy metals’? These are metals that accumulate in the cells and bloodstream over a lifetime. Most are toxic in nature and are easily picked up due to the massive atmospheric pollution and the poisons in the water we drink and the foods we eat.  They are mercury, aluminum, lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic. We need very little of only a few heavy metals including zinc, copper, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, vanadium and strontium. These good heavy metals become toxic to us when the quantity is too high and it takes really very little to be too much.

A powerful way to remove heavy metals from the body is through the use of chlorella. This is a single-celled algae that is found in nature and is considered a ‘superfood’ due to its many health- and vitality-enhancing properties. Chlorella has as much usage in Japan and China as vitamin C has in the UK, Europe and USA. Yet, its usage has only moved to the West in the past few years. It is packed with protein (double that of spinach) and about 38 times the quantity of soybeans and 55 times that of rice. It also contains nine essential amino acids, as well as vitamins and minerals. The health claims are vast and range from preventing cancer to reducing inflammation of joints and muscles. This powerful microalgae superfood binds to mercury (and other metals) and helps remove it from your body, safely and naturally. It doesn’t get 100% of the mercury out (chelation can help with that), but it does an amazingly good job for a natural, food-based dietary supplement. Check out Natural News for an excellent article on chlorella. The UK’s Telegraph newspaper have also praised the value of Chlorella, which is pretty good going for a food product that started off in the West from within the health food fanatics.

Since taking chlorella, I have been feeling much more lighter and energised. Many people have commented how my skin has a radiant glow, which is a natural state that everybody could achieve very easily. The great news is that chlorella is natural and is available in tablet form or in powder form. Personally, I prefer to take a heaped teaspoon or more with my green juices in the morning. After all, it is also very alkalising. I have to admit that it is not to everyone’s taste and can take getting used to. That’s why the tablet form may be more suitable for some people. But before you go and stock up on this amazing superfood, please do your research first and try them out from different producers and stick with the one you are most comfortable with.

Love and gratitude, 

Harun

Disclaimer: Harun Rabbani does not claim to be a medical practitioner or health expert qualified to give any advice. Please consult a qualified health expert before attempting any cause of action based on these blogs. Readers are fully responsible for any action they may take as a result of reading materials shared on this website. 

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